We have eight residence halls across campus. If you're interested in learning more about Panther Villiage or Hillside-Jennings, please go to the Apartment/Suites page.
The seven co-ed residence halls are Bender, Campbell, Dancer, Hagemann, Noehren, Rider, and Shull. Lawther is our all-female hall. The co-ed halls have all-male and all-female houses, as well as co-ed houses in Noehren and Rider. The Residence Comparison Chart shows the different options in the halls and the individual hall pages show you more information specific to each hall.
Houses: Each of our eight residence halls has between 4 and 13 communities which we call "houses." About 50 students live in each house, which can be an entire floor of a hall or portion of a floor. All have common bathrooms and hallways and most also have lounges. New students are placed into these based on availability, but there is the option to live in a Living Learning Community.
Assignments: If the Department of Residence receives your completed contract and pre-payment by May 1, you will be notified of your room and roommate assignment in June. The letter you receive in June details move-in information, your residence hall, your room number, and your roommate's information.
Traditional Rooms: These rooms are two-person (double) dormitory rooms.
Single Rooms*: Single rooms are available in all residence halls. Physical single rooms are available in Bender, Campbell, Dancer, and Lawther Halls. Single rooms are smaller than a double room and cost $915 more than a double room.
Super Single Rooms: A "super single" is a double room contracted to one person and are now available in all 8 residence halls. The current academic year cost for a super single room is $1305 more than a double room.
*Returning residents have priority for assignment in all single rooms. New residents must follow the guidelines for Disability and Special Health Needs to request consideration for a single room.
*Starting in the 2015-2016 academic year, lofts will be provided in all residence hall rooms.